“How is Child Care Quality Measured?” A Recent Publication Co-Authored by Florencia Lopez Boo

 

Florencia Lopez Boo, Senior Social Protection Economist, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), co-authored How is Child Care Quality Measured, with Maria Caridad Araujo and Romina Tome. Lopez Boo presented on “Challenges to Implementing Early Childhood Development Initiatives in the Urban Context” at Equity for Children’s April 2016 Urban Inequities and Children Conference.

This toolkit is designed to be a resource for researchers and technical staff of any discipline, working for governments and institutions interested in measuring and monitoring the quality of child care centers serving infants and toddlers ages 0 to 3 years (36 months).

Read the publication here.

Find out more about the April 2016 Urban Inequities and Children Conference and watch Lopez Boo’s presentation on April 29, 2016 here.

 

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